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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:01 min | 2 weeks ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

". I suggest calling Swiss America now. 866-813-1751. That's 8 6 6 8 one three 1751 for their secret war on cash free report are online at Swiss America dot com slash Levin. Get and read the secret war on cash free report called 8 6 6 8 one three 1751 or its Swiss America dot com slash Levin. Mark Robert. I don't know about you, but I am planning to scream and run. He's back on the nightlife and radio show. This is Mark Levin wishing you a happy Labor Day. Now back to the best of me. Show you how this works. This is from PJ media, Athena Thorne, Obama era Tea Party targeter. Appointed to create IRS office overseeing 87,000 new agents. Nicole flax worked under Lois learner in the Obama administration IRS. While the agency infamously targeted conservative political organizations such as the Tea Party. By slow walking and suppressing their tax exempt applications. You know how we first learned about this, mister producer? He came over the transmit landmark legal foundation when I was president there. Remember that? Somebody said, look at what they're doing. The IRS is sent to us, so we immediately filed papers with the inspector general of the Treasury Department, the commissioner of the IRS, the secretary treasury. And how blow this thing wide open. She was also one of 7 executive, whose hard drives mysteriously self destructed. Preventing house investigators from viewing her emails. Now, the career IRS executive has been tapped to establish a new centralized office and charged with implementing the Democrats latest tax and spending bill, including oversight of the 87,000 new IRS agents the bill authorizes. IRS commissioner Charles rettig, sent an agency wide email on August 19 writing. This is a historic time for the IRS. We're working to move quickly to begin work on the inflation reduction act signed into law earlier this week. He then announced the new department. A key part of our efforts will be the creation of a new centralized office for implementation of all IRS related provisions. Building up our successes implementing other major legislative bills, the IRA 2022 transformation and inflammation office will work across the IRS and oversee our implementation efforts. And then he revealed that Nicole flax currently deputy commissioner in charge of the large business and international

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

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04:11 min | Last month

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

"Case believe that their anti government views justified violence. Today's verdict is a clear example that they were wrong in that assessment. Craft and Fox could face life in prison back in April, a Grand Rapids jury acquitted two other defendants, but couldn't reach a unanimous decision on Fox and Croft, resulting in a mistrial. Lawyers for former president Donald Trump have asked a federal judge to pause the FBI review of classified documents. Those, of course, are the documents recovered from mister Trump's Florida estate until a neutral special master can be appointed. We spoke a little mister Trump's lawyers called the FBI search at Mar-a-Lago this month as shockingly aggressive move and said the former president is being treated unfairly. Washington Post justice reporter Perry Stein joined us earlier this hour to explain DoJ's Jay's position. The Justice Department's perspective is that they say they have followed everything to the T, they have been just following procedures and that there was a lot that led up to the search warrant. It wasn't just because they had this idea. There was they followed case procedure. This also comes as a Florida federal judge prepares to decide whether to release a redacted version of the affidavit led to the FBI search. And we're getting new information about the classified materials removed from Mar-a-Lago so far this year. According to newly public correspondence between the government and the Trump legal team, the national archives were covered 100 documents bearing classified markings and they totaled more than 6 I'm sorry more than 700 pages. And that's just from the initial batch of 15 boxes retrieved from Mar-a-Lago earlier this year. The numbers laid bare the large volume of classified documents found at the Florida state of the former president and long before the FBI searched earlier this month, DoJ says 11 sets of classified records were located and removed during that stretch. Breaking this afternoon amid an increase of threats from far right extremists, the IRS will conduct a security review of all its offices across the country. Congressional Republicans have been ratcheting up the rhetoric over an increase in funding to higher more agents at the IRS as part of the inflation reduction act. Right-wing media outlets have claimed the new agents will be armed with assault rifles to raid the homes of American taxpayers, something that has not, of course, been verified. The Washington Post reports commissioner Charles rettig has sent a letter to his workers, saying the security situation will be checked out at 600 IRS facilities. The reviews will include whether patrols are needed outside agency buildings. This is the first security review for the IRS since the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. President Biden is expected to make a decision on forgiving student loan debt as soon as tomorrow, White House officials are reportedly leaning toward canceling up to $10,000 in student debt for borrowers who earn less than 125 K a year. This according to CNN, however, some economists worry that canceling student debt will add to already high inflation. The daughter of one of Vladimir Putin's top allies was killed in a car bombing over the weekend, and now there's growing concern over what Putin's next move may be. We'll check it out with JJ green. Three 36. Here's a highlight from Chris users, the director of security architecture at info blocks federal, on the zero trust cyber exchange, presented by Cara soft. Know what your goals are. Know what your enterprise looks like. Know what data you have to secure. And where it is and realize that it's a continuous improvement process. Forecast budget plan and architect for that. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news network, search zero trust cyber exchange, the ever expanding enterprise and evolving threat landscape are putting unprecedented pressure on today's government networks and IT leadership to provide stronger security. What if you had an in depth strategy to protect your assets, reduce risks and simplify network management, info blocks, public sector offers a forward thinking approach to the policies and regulations such as the executive order on zero trust or the latest NDAA

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

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01:45 min | Last month

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

"Get your tickets today at navy sports dot com. Two 53. Breaking news this afternoon, the IRS has been the target of heated rhetoric from congressional Republicans and threats from far right extremists over the increased money that's being given to the tax collectors. So now the agency will conduct a security review of all of its offices across the country. The Washington Post reports commissioner Charles rettig, sent a letter to his employees saying the security situation will be checked out at 600 IRS facilities. The review will include whether patrols are needed outside agency buildings. It's the first security review for the IRS since the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Also breaking this afternoon, a former Louisville police detective has admitted to misleading a judge in authorizing a raid on Breonna Taylor's apartment. The authorization set in motion the nighttime operation in which Taylor was killed. Kelly goodlett pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy. The Louisville courier journal reports good lit admitted she and another officer faked details on a search warrant application and then lied to cover it up. Goodlet is the first officer to be convicted in the 2020 raid, sentencing is scheduled for November. And arrest in the case of a man suspected of raping a woman in her home in residence. We actually put a rush on a fingerprint palm print from the scene and late yesterday morning, we got a match. Fairfax county police have arrested 22 year old Anthony again he's charged with raping a woman inside her rest and apartment on Sunday Night on loveday lane. The victim was watching TV and dozed off only to discover everyone's worst nightmare. Major Edo Carroll says a guy is

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:05 min | Last month

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"App. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. Former president Trump is weighing a decision to release surveillance footage of the FBI search of his Florida estate last week. That's according to a new CNN report which cites the proposal has drawn mixed reaction from Trump's allies. A hearing on the motion to unseal warrant materials for the raid is set for Thursday. The head of the CDC is ripping her agency's response to the COVID pandemic and calling for an overhaul. Director Rochelle Walensky admits the CDC's public guidance during the public health emergency was confusing and overwhelming. She met with her senior staff to plan out a reorganization of the agency's structure. Another ten illegal immigrants caught crossing the southern border have popped up on a terror screening database, Lisa Taylor reports. That's according to new numbers for July, which were released this week by Homeland Security that brings the total this fiscal year to 66 overall the number of border patrol encounters dropped for a second straight month, but remain at record highs. In a statement, the head of customs and border protection claims the slight drop is proof, the president's policies are working and ad campaign which started the spring warned would be asylum seekers of the dangers of their journey. Liz Cheney isn't ruling out a run for president in 2024. The Wyoming Republican told NBC's Today Show she's thinking about it and will do whatever it takes to keep ex-president Trump out of The White House. Cheney said many Trump supporters are just being deceived. Donald Trump has betrayed Republican voters. He's lied to them. Those who support him have lied to them. And they're using people's patriotism against them The cause of death of actress Anne Heche is being revealed. Death was ruled accidental from smoke inhalation and thermal injuries, according to the Los Angeles County medical examiner, coroner. She suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of crashing her car into a Los Angeles home earlier this month. I'm Brian shook. The New York public library is hosting an event Friday morning to honor author Salman Rushdie after he was attacked. Natalie migliori reports New York public library president Tony Marx called the stabbing at chautauqua institution shocking. He had several writers are set to share readings from rusty's work on the library steps in support of freedom of expression. Rasche was stabbed multiple times on stage at chautauqua institute last week and his agent says he can speak but is expected to lose an eye. Two lawmakers in the area are pushing a bill first introduced in 2013 that would increase security at the institute. I'm Natalie. Treasury secretary Janet Yellen is preparing the IRS for an influx of money. Congress has authorized an $80 billion boost for the tax agency, Yellen Rhode IRS commissioner Charles rettig this week and said she wants it to deliver a new plan on how the money will be spent in 6 months. A monkey at a California zoo accidentally called 9-1-1, Phil Hewlett has more. The female capuchin monkey named root, ROTE, lives at the conservation ambassador's zoo to you near pastor robles, rue to apparently picked up a cell phone that was left in the zoo's golf cart. She started monkeying around with it and somehow dialed 9-1-1 and then hung up. When dispatchers tried to call and text back, they did not receive a response, so sheriff's deputies were sent out to investigate. When they realized what had happened, one deputy said it was understandable because monkey see, monkey do. I'm Phil Hewlett. More actors are being added to Jeff Nichols new film, the bike riders. Michael Shannon Boyd Holbrooke and Damon harriman are joining the already star studded cast of Austin butler Jodie comer and Tom Hardy. The film is set in the 1960s and follows the rise of a fictional Midwestern motorcycle club. The film will be based off the 1967 Danny Lyon novel of the same name. I'm Brian schuch. And I'm Doug prisoner Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories in the markets after the bell in the U.S., Cisco Systems gave a bullish forecast for the quarter as chip supply shortages seemed to ease and Cisco was able to fill more orders. The company is the largest manufacturer of machines that run the Internet and corporate computer networks, Cisco saying that revenue will grow by between two to 4% in the fiscal first quarter as compared to last year. Shares in Cisco were up by more than 4% in the late U.S. session. The price of crude oil has been fluctuating between gains and losses in the electronic session after jumping in New York trading by 1.8%. That was after the energy information administration reported a larger than expected drawdown in crude oil inventories right now WTI 88 ten in the electronic session. Minutes from the last fed meeting suggests more rate hikes are coming, officials see a slower pace of rate hikes at some point and they are seeming to be a little anxious about the risk of over tightening. That's because as fed officials see it, the bulk of tightening has yet to be felt. Right now in the bond market we're seeing a move lower in yields across the curve after a move higher in the New York session, a ten year treasury now at 2.86% a two year at 3.25%. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg, the move up in interest rates during the U.S. session we can tech stocks and we are seeing tech shares move lower in Asian trading right now in Tokyo, the nikkei down 1% in Hong Kong, the hang seng off three tenths of 1%, Shanghai composite down three tenths of 1%, the Cosby is off 6 tenths of 1% and in Sydney, the ASX 200 down three tenths of 1%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. This is Bloomberg.

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:18 min | Last month

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update. 5 Americans are among at least 8 people hurt following a shooting attack outside Jerusalem's old city. It happened early Sunday morning near the Western Wall, considered one of the holiest sites in Judaism. Police say the gunman opened fire on a bus stop where two men were wounded before the suspect then fled to another area and opened fire again. Israeli police say the suspect eventually surrendered to authorities. The U.S. embassy in Jerusalem condemned the shooting. Actress Anne Heche has been taking off of life support after suffering a traumatic brain injury as a result of crashing her car into Los Angeles home earlier in the month. Police say the 53 year old did have drugs in her system at the time of the accident. The actress was kept on life support, so her organs could be donated. Author Salman Rushdie is said to be improving after being taking off of a ventilator, the 75 year old novelist's agent confirmed Sunday, he's on the road to recovery after being seriously injured in a stabbing attack Friday in upstate New York. I'm criss-crossed. Your listening to Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio. Congress finally gets it together. We have the U.S. inflation reduction act. It's a healthcare bill tax bill, a green energy bill. Who is it good for who is it bad for in terms of industries? They're going to be a 1% excise tax on future buybacks. Well, joining us now to break it down is Bloomberg intelligence government analyst Andrew silverman, Andrew. Who are the big winners who are the big losers in terms of industries in this bill. Well, I think for the most part, this is great for all companies. I mean, tech companies probably not as good as others, maybe telecoms, not as good as others. It looked like manufacturers might have an issue, but that was really changed in the bill by senator sinema. So these taxes aren't actually that terrible. And the bigger companies as well. I mean, Apple, because of all the stock that they buy back. And companies that have pretty low effective tax rates, but make a ton of money, those companies might have an issue with this bill. Yeah, talk to me about that. I mean, one of the things I got my attention, the minimum tax and it just seems like that minimum tax tell us what it is, but it just seems like it was designed for all the stories you're read about. All these big tech companies making gajillion of dollars, but they don't really pay any taxes because they kind of work around it. Right. So this is actually a blast from the past. We used to have a corporate alternative minimum tax that was repealed by the tax cuts and jobs act. And this is kind of like that alternative minimum tax, but much more so. This is like an alternative minimum tax that we had from 1987 to 1989. And that tax was called the burp tax. It was the business untaxed reported profits tax. It makes up these and we abandoned it. Because the assistance Secretary of the Treasury testified with ways and means he said it was having a detrimental effect on the quality of financial reporting. In other words, companies were changing the income as they were sitting in their financial statements in order to reduce their tax. So it was not a success to say the least. And so this one applies to companies that have annual profits in excess of $1 billion annually. So really only the biggest companies. And initially, it looked like it was going to apply to all differences between the way that you would calculate your profits for accounting purposes and the way that you would calculate a tax purposes. But in the process of coming up with a statute, they exempt that a whole bunch of stuff, asset depreciation, foreign tax credits, net operating losses, general business credits. And so essentially, what you're left with is that this is a tax on stock based compensation. So a company like alphabet played stock comp in 2021, I was 15.4 billion. Amazon's was 12.8 billion. So these sorts of companies might have an issue with this tax. Well, in that separate from the 1% excise buyback tax, right? Exactly. So for those companies also have an issue. Yeah, because they do a lot of buybacks. But basically, a lot of industries are now doing buybacks because they didn't really know kind of what else to do with the capital. And I'm wondering, do they stop doing more buybacks? Do they are they forced to invest more in CAPEX? Are they forced to do more dividends? What do you think the fallout is going to be from that? Well, I think Congress would like them to do that. But essentially, this is only a 1% tax. It's not that much money. I mean, it seems like a lot right now, Apple bought back 85 and a half $1 billion worth of shares last year. The buyback tax would have cost Apple $855 million. That seems like a lot, but Apple paid $25.4 billion in income tax last year. So this is really sort of just a penalty of more so than attacks. So I don't imagine that the most companies are going to say we have to change all of our behavior because of this 1% tax. Andrea pulled some, this is what I thought was really interesting coming out of your research report. IRS commissioner, Charles rettig, told the Senate last year that the IRS fails to collect as much as $1 trillion of tax revenue annually due to Bitcoin and the gig economy. Why? Why does that happen and does this bill try to get some of that money? Yes. So that's right. So what commissioner Reddit calls that and when most tax bills call that is the tax gap with the IRS thinks it should be collecting and what the error is actually collects. And just in the past 5, ten years commissioner Reddick said that it's gone up from $500 billion

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:03 min | Last month

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"President Biden is expected to sign the sweeping inflation reduction act in the coming days. The bill was sent to his desk after Democrats pushed it through the house after it narrowly passed in the Senate. The president praised the bill, saying it will help lower the price of prescription drugs, health insurance and energy costs. The search warrant that prompted the FBI raid on former president Trump's home in Florida reveals he suspected a violating the espionage act. The warrant, which was unsealed Friday shows investigators were authorized to seize any documents or records with classified markings, including national defense information. It went on to claim Trump had top secret documents and photos for his spark Trump has said the information had been declassified. At least 13 people are injured after a car plowed into a crowd of people in Pennsylvania attending a benefit for victims of a fatal fire last week. The car ran into the crowd and berwick, which is about two hours north of Philadelphia, the crowd was on hand for an event to raise money for the families of a fire last week, which killed ten people. I'm Chris coraggio. You're listening to Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio. Congress finally gets it together. We have the U.S. inflation reduction act. It's a healthcare bill tax bill, a green energy bill. Who is it good for who is a bad for in terms of industry? They're going to be a 1% excise tax on future buybacks. Well, joining us now to break it down is Bloomberg intelligence government analyst Andrew silverman, Andrew. Who are the big winners who are the big losers in terms of industries in this bill. Well, I think for the most part, this is great for all companies. I mean, tech companies probably not as good as others, maybe telecoms, not as good as others. It looked like manufacturers might have an issue, but that was really changed in the bill by senator sinema. So these taxes aren't actually that terrible. And the bigger companies as well. I mean, Apple, because of all the stocks that they buy back. And companies that have pretty low effective tax rates, but make a ton of money, those companies might have an issue with this bill. Yeah, talk to me about that. I mean, one of the things I got my attention, the minimum tax, and it just seems like that minimum tax tell us what it is, but it just seems like it was designed for all the stories you read about, you know, all these big tech companies making gazillions of dollars, but they don't really pay any taxes because they kind of work around it. Right. So this is actually a blast from the past. We used to have a corporate alternative minimum tax that was repealed by the tax cuts and jobs act. And this is kind of like that alternative minimum tax, but much more so. This is like an alternative minimum tax that we had from 1987 to 1989. And that tax was called the burp tax. It was the business untaxed reported profits tax. It makes up these and we abandoned it. Because the assistance Secretary of the Treasury testified, but ways and means he said it was having a detrimental effect on the quality of financial reporting. In other words, companies were changing the income of they were standing on their financial statements in order to reduce their tax. So it was not a success to say the least. And so this one applies to companies that have annual profits in excess of $1 billion annually. So really only the biggest companies. And initially, it looked like it was going to apply to all differences between the way that you would calculate your profits for accounting purposes and the way that you would calculate a tax purposes. But in the process of coming up with a statute, they exempt at a whole bunch of stuff, asset depreciation, foreign tax credits, net operating losses, general business credits. And so essentially, what you're left with is that this is a tax on stock based compensation. So a company like alphabet played paid stock comp in 2021, I was 15.4 billion. Amazon's was 12.8 billion. So these sorts of companies might have an issue with this tax. Well, what in that separate from the 1% excise buyback tax, right? Exactly. So for those companies also have an issue. Yeah, because they do a lot of buybacks. Basically, a lot of industries are now doing buybacks because they didn't really know kind of what else to do with the capital. I'm wondering, do they stop doing more buybacks? Are they forced to invest more in CAPEX? Are they forced to do more dividends? What do you think the fallout is going to be from that? Well, I think Congress would like them to do that. But essentially, this is only a 1% tax. It's not that much money. I mean, it seems like a lot right now Apple bought back 85 and a half $1 billion worth of shares last year. The buyback tax would have cost Apple $855 million. It seems like a lot, but Apple paid $25.4 billion in income tax last year. So this is really sort of just a penalty of more so than attacks. So I don't imagine that the most companies are going to say we have to change all of our behavior because of this 1% tax. Andrea pulled some, this is what I thought was really interesting coming out of your research report. IRS commissioner Charles rettig told the Senate last year that the IRS fails to collect as much as $1 trillion of tax revenue annually due to Bitcoin and the gig economy. Why? Why does that happen and does this bill try to get some of that money? Yes. So that's right. So what commissioner Reddick calls that and when most tax bills call that is the tax gap? What the IRS thinks it should be collecting and what the error is actually collects. And just in the past 5, ten years commissioner Reddick said that it's gone up from $500 billion a year to a $1 trillion a year. And he attributes that to two things, which is the gig economy and crypto investment. And he said it's because mainly small businesses are reporting what they should be reporting on their tax returns. And with regard to crypto, he said people just people aren't reporting what they should be reporting. But we actually didn't have those tax rules in place also. And so now that we have those in place, at least some of them in place because of the bipartisan infrastructure act, now we have the ability to collect those taxes. Andrew, thanks so much. We really appreciate it. There's so much more to get through on this one. We'll continue the conversation Andrew silverman, Bloomberg intelligence analyst. All right, while we're talking about bills, another major piece of legislation in the works is the $740 billion inflation reduction act. The renewable industry may benefit if it passes while others, like big pharma might not be so lucky. For more, let's bring in Bloomberg intelligence, senior government analyst Dwayne Wright, Dwayne, what's in this bill for the healthcare industry? Good to join you. There's a couple of pieces and we start with the pharmaceutical side of things. The bill includes the Democrats long-standing goal to bring in drug prices. There's a provision in the bill that would allow or require the secretary of HHS to negotiate prices on some high expenditure part D and part D drugs. And those prices would be available in the Medicare marketplace. Now the bill is and what's been proposed is short of what Democrats had proposed in the past. But there are enough moderate Democrats in the House and in the Senate to scale back the proposal so that we're looking at needs for the first couple of years, only a handful of products ten to 15 products that will be subject to negotiation. And again, those prices would be passed on to Medicare, the savings are not as big as what Democrats had hoped they'd see in previous proposals, but they are significant. It will bring in about a $100 billion in savings over the next ten years, which will be used to either reduce the deficit or to pay for other items that are included in the bill. So Joanne, I think what most families may be the only thing they can agree upon around the Thanksgiving table is that drug prices are too high. Is there a plan? Is there a path from a legislative perspective to get drug prices down? Well, Democrats would say this is the past because what the bill would do is essentially say, look, we have these high cost drugs that are on the marketplace. And in particular, we have these therapies that have been on the marketplace for a while. They don't have generic competition as part of the

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:29 min | 2 months ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That effort could slow down delivery. And with new boosters needed for fall, the clock is ticking. Are we trying to be too perfect and then costing us months as a result of that? Letting perfect be the enemy of the good here. I'm Michael hill, it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC. Highland park, Illinois remembers victims of the 4th of July mass shooting with a candlelight vigil, New York designated many areas as gun free zones after the Supreme Court made it easier to carry a weapon in public will look at what's on the list. And what near death experiences can tell us about the nature of consciousness. It's Thursday, July 14th, the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington on corva Coleman, President Biden is signing a pledge with Israel's prime minister that says both countries will deny Iran a nuclear weapon. The pledge says the U.S. is prepared to use all elements of its national power to ensure this. The Biden administration still wants to return to the international Iran nuclear deal. IRS commissioner Charles rettig will take questions from lawmakers today in a closed door meeting. You'll be asked, why two former top FBI officials who criticized former president Donald Trump were subjected to IRS audits and shiver on reports, renting has ordered an investigation. Former FBI director James Comey and deputy director Andrew mccabe both received complicated tax audits from the IRS for the filing years of 2017 and 2019, respectively. The two officials had been looking into Russian interference in Trump's 2016 campaign for president. Comey was fired by the Trump administration in 2017 and mccabe one year later. The kind of tax audit that they received, which is part of the national research program, is rare. And tax experts say it can be an invasive process. House ways and means committee chair Richard Neal says the questioning today will help quote shed more light on how the audits came about. Deepa shivaram, NPR news, Washington. The Biden administration says bringing down inflation is one of its top priorities, the government says inflation in June rose 9.1% over what it was a year ago. Treasury secretary, Janet Yellen, inflation is an acceptably high and that something that's evident from Wednesdays report and I believe it's appropriate that it's our top it should be the top priority to bring inflation down. Yellen is attending a G 20 finance ministers meeting in Indonesia today. The Russian trial of U.S. basketball star Brittany griner on drug smuggling charges picks up again today in Moscow, as NPR's Charles means reports the hearing is grinders first since she pleaded guilty to the charges last week. Griner admits she left vape cartridges containing a small amount of hash oil in her bags as she arrived to Moscow for off season play last February, but kreiner says that was an accident and she had no intention of violating Russian law. She and her defense lawyers are now expected to explain her actions in more detail and make a case for leniency from a possible ten year prison sentence, the case is unfolded against the backdrop of cratering U.S. Russian relations over the conflict in Ukraine, The White House considers grinder wrongfully detained and says gaining her release as a priority, Russian officials have suggested a prisoner swap for griner might be possible, but only after the trial is complete. Charles main's NPR news, Moscow. This is NPR news. On member station WNYC in New York at 7 O four, good morning, 74 with sunshine today slim chance at showers, mostly sunny and a hot one up near 90. B and D trains running with delays this morning in the city and NJ transits northeast quarter has delays as well. Police have arrested a man who they say stabbed three homeless people. One fatally in separate instance in Manhattan last week, the NYPD says they took 40 year old Trayvon Murphy who was also homeless into custody at a bus stop near saint Nicholas park in Harlem. The mayor says his stabbings happened over the last week. I don't think this dangerous person is a reflection of New York. Sometimes we look

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WTOP

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

"And the top stories we're following for you this afternoon. President Biden is hailing a new bipartisan law aimed at cutting gun violence, but he says it's not enough. The president calls the Bill real progress. Lives will be saved today and tomorrow because of this. But there was another mass shooting just days after he signed the bill last month, and then what The White House billed as a south lawn celebration today, the president urged more steps. Now we can't just stand by. We can't let it happen any longer. He renewed calls to ban assault type weapons. I'm not going to stop until we do it. Though congressional prospects for more action on guns are slim. Sagar Meghani, Washington. Now, President Biden's White House event today did not go off completely as planned. He was interrupted at one point by Manuel Oliver, the father of Parkland shooting victim, Joaquin Oliver. Manuel Oliver appeared to be suggesting the legislation did not go far enough, but much of his comments couldn't be heard by the crowd. He was eventually escorted out of the event on The White House lawn. Three 33 as lawmakers returned to Capitol Hill after a break, there is reportedly a change in plans for one of this week's January 6th hearings. We'll get the latest on that now from Capitol Hill and WTO's Mitchell Miller. The first hearing focusing on far right militia groups and the attack on the capitol will take place on Tuesday. But as NBC News first reported, a hearing tentatively scheduled for Thursday in prime time is going to be rescheduled. Panel chair Benny Thompson has previously indicated the committee would be flexible as it collects more evidence. Nothing's in stone. Getting as much information about what happened as possible. Meanwhile, the house plans to take up abortion rights bills this week and Senate Democrats will try to get closer to a budget reconciliation agreement. Two senators, majority leader Chuck Schumer and Connecticut's Richard blumenthal have COVID, which could delay Senate votes. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. Did the IRS target two of president Trump's political enemies with extensive and rare audits. The Washington Post reports IRS commissioner Charles rettig will have to answer that question when he meets privately with top lawmakers on Capitol Hill this week. There are growing concerns that the IRS improperly subjected former FBI director James Comey, and his deputy Andrew mccabe to unusual scrutiny after they led investigations into Trump and his 2016 campaign. The IRS says in a statement that redig always welcomes a chance to meet with members on tax issues. Now to the war in Ukraine, Russian president Vladimir Putin has signed a decree that expands a fast track to Russian citizenship to all Ukrainians. Until recently, only Ukrainians who lived in certain parts of the country were eligible since 2019 when this procedure was first introduced, more than 720,000 Ukrainians have received Russian passports. Meantime, a Russian rocket attack this weekend tore through a residential neighborhood in eastern Ukraine, killing at least 15 people, dozens of emergency responders work to pull people from the rebel, but more than 20 people were thought to still be trapped and national security correspondent JJ green has more on today's developments. The civilian death toll in Ukraine rose higher today as 24 people were killed in har Kyiv. After a Russian air strike, Dutch prime minister Mark rutte said today during a meeting with Ukrainian president, zelensky and Kyiv, this war may last longer than we all expected. But that does not mean he said we can sit back and passively watch how it unfolds. He says, we have to stay focused and continue to support Ukraine in every way. In the meantime, there's reporting from Russia that the government is trying to recruit prisoners to go and fight in Ukraine. They're using the Wagner private military contractor. And the FSB to recruit these prisoners. JJ green, WTO P news. Three 35 and new this afternoon, a judge in loudoun county has ruled against the school board suit, seeking to shut down the special grand jury convened by the state's attorney general. Here in loudoun county took a court of Deputy Attorney General told the judge the school board does not get to decide the scope of the investigation or whose question and the school board is not above the law. Lawyers for the school board argued that the special grand jury was going far beyond looking for potential criminal activity and was focusing on school policy issues, judge James ploughman, who's overseeing the special grand jury, said the school system can't know where the investigation will lead and said that it can continue. The school board can appeal. In loudoun county, the law can stay in double P news. And coming up. Advice not to be alarmed by the remarkably infectious coronavirus variant now in the U.S., some Christy king. It's three 36. Here's a highlight from Chris aser man, the director of security architecture at info blocks federal, on the zero trust cyber exchange, presented by Keras off. Know what your goals are, know what your enterprise looks like, know what data you have to secure. And where it is, and realize that it's a continuous improvement process. Forecast budget, plan, and architect for that. 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WTOP

02:43 min | 2 months ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

"Mark Lewis. And I'm Debra Feinstein, Jocelyn chesson is our producer. The top story we're following this hour, President Biden hailing a new bipartisan law, aimed at cutting gun violence, but he says today at The White House, more needs to be done. The president calls the Bill real progress. Lives will be saved today and tomorrow because of this. But there was another mass shooting just days after he signed the bill last month, and then what The White House billed as a south lawn celebration today, the president urged more steps. Now we can't just stand by. We can't let it happen any longer. He renewed calls to ban assault type weapons. I'm not going to stop until we do it. Though congressional prospects for more action on guns are slim. Sagar Meghani, Washington. Meantime, the president's White House event did not go off as planned completely. He was interrupted at one point by Manuel Oliver, the father of Parkland shooting victim Joaquin Oliver. Oliver appeared to be suggesting that the legislation doesn't go far enough. He was eventually escorted out of the event on The White House lawn. As lawmakers return into session on Capitol Hill, there's reportedly a change in plans related to this week's January 6th hearings. Let's get the latest on that from WTO's Mitchell Miller. Today on the hill. The first hearing focusing on far right militia groups and the attack on the capitol will take place on Tuesday. But as NBC News first reported, a hearing tentatively scheduled for Thursday in prime time is going to be rescheduled. Panel chair Benny Thompson has previously indicated the committee would be flexible as it collects more evidence. Nothing's in stone. We'll just get in as much information about what happened as possible. Meanwhile, the house plans to take up abortion rights bills this week and Senate Democrats will try to get closer to a budget reconciliation agreement. Two senators, majority leader Chuck Schumer and Connecticut's Richard blumenthal have COVID, which could delay Senate votes. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. Did the Internal Revenue Service target two of then president Trump's political enemies with extensive and rare audits? Well, The Washington Post reports, that's the question, IRS commissioner Charles rettig will face when he meets privately with top lawmakers this week. The moves by the House ways and means committee and the Senate finance committee come amid growing concerns that the IRS improperly subjected the former FBI director James Comey and his top deputy Andrew mccabe to unusual scrutiny after they led investigations into Trump and his 2016 campaign. The IRS says that Reddick always welcomes a chance to meet with members on tax issues

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 IRS asks Treasury watchdog to probe Comey, McCabe audits

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00:46 sec | 2 months ago

IRS asks Treasury watchdog to probe Comey, McCabe audits

"The IRS is chief is asking for an investigation into tax audits targeting former FBI director James Comey and his top deputy Commissioner Charles rettig wants the Treasury Department's watchdog to review the circumstances of intensive and rare audits of both Comey and X FBI number two Andrew mccabe Donald Trump repeatedly attacked both men over the bureau's Russia investigation and IRS spokeswoman confirms the probe that says it's ludicrous and untrue to suggest senior IRS officials somehow targeted specific people for the audits The New York Times reports Comey was told of his audit three years ago and mccabe last year Sagar Meghani Washington

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

06:04 min | 5 months ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

"Has been the low to mid 80s Skies will climb up on Monday with a higher round 80 I'm storm T four meteorologist by Steiner The temperature is going up we're at 68 and DuPont circle 65 in Germantown and 68 and annandale WTO attend 41 It is earth day and President Biden is in Seattle where he's taking steps to restore national forests that are at risk of wildfires and drought The president will sign an executive order protecting some of the nation's largest and oldest trees Old growth trees are a key buffers against climate change because they provide carbon that absorbs a significant amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases The president's executive order directs federal land managers to take stock of mature forests and develop ways to protect them Firefighters have resumed battling in a half dozen wildfires in the southwest but they're bracing for the return of ferocious wins More than 500 firefighters are Manning fire lines in Arizona and New Mexico and more help is on the way One of the largest fires is near Flagstaff A brief break in the weather yesterday allowed crews to launch aerial attacks on some of the wildfires but that win was back this morning for a service official say they have a high confidence that an extreme fire weather event will occur with sustained winds of up to 50 mph Many taxpayers are dealing with delays and mix ups involving their federal taxes and there appears to be no quick fix with the IRS More from WTO's Miller on Capitol Hill Megan stone a small business owner from Bethesda told a House panel that despite no changes in her filing status the IRS told her that her identity couldn't be verified 6 months and over 50 phone calls later I've never been able to get through to or any help from the IRS She still waiting for a refund but with the help of the office of Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin the problem has been found IRS commissioner Charles rettig testified the agency still lacks enough staff as it struggles with processing backlogs At one point during the pandemic he notes we had over 23 million pieces of unopened mail He says the situation has since improved On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO V news A coronavirus vaccine for children under 5 is still not ready Moderna says it will apply for emergency use of its vaccine sometime next week but Pfizer is still testing its shots President Biden's chief medical officer doctor Anthony Fauci sells CNN that the FDA wants to approve both vaccines at the same time and he says Pfizer's two shot regimen may not protect children as well as Moderna's three shot plan The companies were expecting that a certain dose and a certain dose regimen would be okay for children within that age group from 6 months to 5 years You have two separate companies One of which has a dose a little bit different than the other And the other one has a regimen a little bit different Doctor Fauci says the differences mean the FDA will give each product a closer look Sports is next Ten 44 The following is a paid commercial message There are some questions we secularists have to answer Who am I What am I Unless we can answer these questions we can't expect people to be interested in living without God Hi this is lawn Solomon and these words were spoken by doctor Ronald aronson Doctor aronson is spot on Secularism and atheism do not provide people adequate answers to life But listen to what Jesus said He said I am the light of the world The person who believes in me shall never walk in darkness Hey it's your choice Groping in the darkness or follow Jesus and walk in the light Not a sermon just a thought For more information check out our website not a sermon dot com That's not a sermon dot com Yeah I'm so stressed Our business is growing We've got people all over now What is that Meditation I'm recommending uma and their all in one phone video and collaboration solution Yep switching to uma is a cinch Just 24 95 per month per user plus taxes and fees Now you're feeling it Visit uma dot com That's OMA dot com to learn more Uma smart communications for the smarter business Sports at 15 and 45 on WTO P All right Dave Johnson is here Well you know once upon a time we went through a desert on a horse with no name Now it's his ambode Capitals are in Arizona type finish up their 5 game road trip and while not no names but if you notice a lot of the scoring is coming from not so big names and that is important Capital's radio voice John wall what we've seen out of the capitals on this road trip is it doesn't have to be Ovechkin kuznetsov Wilson John Carlson every night a lot of different guys are contributing to the cause And I think the more that they get that and now getting inside of the last 5 games of the regular season you keep getting that and you get that into the postseason That's how you have postseason success They're having success on this road trip again They're finished up in Arizona tonight the four games so far the road trip they picked up 5 points at nationals with Patrick Corbett on the mountain started series tonight with the Giants We should do this every day but it's teacher appreciation night D.C. United is interested in signing Real Madrid star Gareth Bale who will be leaving the Spanish club at the end of the season United home tomorrow trying to stop a four game losing streak Axios sports notes it's a list of favorite names you might hear in the upcoming NFL Draft including wide receiver Chucky Jacques Louis Dave Johnson of TLP sports The top stories were following on WTO V the sour Ukrainian official say Russian troops are hiding war crimes The Ukrainians.

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

"From Bethesda told a House panel that despite no changes in her filing status the IRS told her that her identity couldn't be verified 6 months and over 50 phone calls later I've never been able to get through to or any help from the IRS She still waiting for a refund but with the help of the office of Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin the problem has been found IRS commissioner Charles rettig testified the agency still lacks enough staff as it struggles with processing backlogs At one point during the pandemic he notes we had over 23 million pieces of unopened mail He says the situation has since improved On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO Another arrest this week in connection with the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol The U.S. attorney's office's authorities have arrested 38 year old Barry Raimi of plantation Florida He faces several charges including assaulting resisting or impeding police officers during the 2021 insurrection The criminal complaint says Raimi marched with a group to the capitol where he and other rioters fought with police officers who were protecting the capitol building and the complaint goes on to say that Raimi sprayed two officers with what appeared to be pepper spray The case is being prosecuted in federal court in Washington D.C. Linda kenyon CBS News Washington You're at home soon Maryland wrote two ten will no longer be known as Indian head highway The bill that designates the popular Maryland commuter route two ten is piscataway highway takes effect October 1st It replaces the current name of Indian head highway It was signed into law during a ceremony in Annapolis along with more than 100 bills that cover issues from peer support and protections from dangerous chemicals for firefighters to animal welfare and cybersecurity After some initial statements from governor Larry Hogan and Senate president pro tem Melanie Griffith House speaker Adrienne Jones took up a special bill signing pen And with that as I always say let's get these bills signed Kate Ryan WTO pnew MK goes deeper into these new laws on the latest episode of the DMV download podcast with Megan clarity and Luke Garrett's ready for you now on all podcast formats Good Friday morning April 22nd where the time now.

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WTOP

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

"What does the chicken say Chicken Oh okay Uh Oh a wolf Oh What about the tiny dog Ow Dolphin What does the turkey say Well so Do the giraffe Giraffe really Okay Dura giraffe Giraffe Giraffe You're not gonna get it all right Just make sure you nail the big stuff like making sure your kids are buckled correctly in the right seat for their agent's eyes Get it right Visit Slice the right seat Brady by the national highway traffic safety administration in the ad council It's gonna be a cruel name I'm WTF This is WTO news Delays and mix ups are involving their federal taxes this season and there's no quick fix we're told with the IRS as we hear this morning from WTO's Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller Megan stone a small business owner from Bethesda told a House panel that despite no changes in her filing status the IRS told her that her identity couldn't be verified 6 months and over 50 phone calls later I've never been able to get through to or any help from the IRS She still waiting for a refund but with the help of the office of Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin the problem has been found IRS commissioner Charles rettig testified the agency still lacks enough staff as it struggles with processing backlogs at one point during the pandemic he notes We had over 23 million pieces of unopened mail He says the situation has since improved On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO Another arrest this week in connection with the January 6th riot at the U.S. capitol The U.S. attorney's office says authorities have arrested 38 year old Barry Raimi of plantation Florida He faces several charges including assaulting resisting or impeding police officers during the 2021 insurrection The criminal complaint says Grammy marched with a group to the capitol where he and other rioters fought with police officers who were protecting the capitol building and the complaint goes on to say that Raimi spray two officers with what appeared to be pepper spray The case is being prosecuted in federal court in Washington D.C. Linda canyon CBS News Washington It's Friday April 22nd for the time is one 38 Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks over to rich hunter and the WTO fee traffic sign I did just cleared a crash northend on the Volvo Washington Parkway near powder mill road now a second crash this one south found near NASA Goddard It was along the right side you squeezed left to get by with police and park police fire rescue on scene as well as Maryland state highways just be careful I want you cleared nothing else anyway getting down to the beltway or even inside the ball Headed down toward the district here I'm pretty good shape 95 north on in Virginia shed north of the rappahannock up toward U.S. 17 found with exit.

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on WTOP

"Up in a propublica report. Nonprofit news organization published details about the reported income and tax payments of some of the richest Americans, including Amazon Chief Executive Jeff Bastos and Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett. Report says Bezos and others paid little or no federal income tax. I R. S Commissioner Charles Rettig says there are potential criminal penalties for I R s employees or others who released that information. Talks have broken down between President Biden and Republican Senator Shelley Moore Capito on infrastructure spending. The White House says it's shifting to plan B, relying on moderate Democrats like West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin to help Shepherd a deal that may interest some Republicans. But the GOP has already dismissed the effort, saying it won't get the 60 votes needed to pass the Senate. It's a clear departure from White House messaging just hours earlier, painting a hopeful picture for negotiations with Republicans to CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey. The Supreme Court of Virginia has heard arguments on whether the state has the right to take down a 131 year old statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Richmond. One celebrated monument is now widely seen as a symbol of white supremacy and black oppression. Homeowners near the 131 year old Confederate statue believe in 18 90 D demands that the state must protect and preserve the monument forever. However, Virginia solicitor general argued that any rights the plaintiffs may have once had regarding the statue expired when state lawmakers decided to remove the statue and set aside money in the state budget to do it. The company that owns an amusement park on the boardwalk in Ocean City. Maryland, is being fined because it's Ferris wheel violates zoning codes. The city wants the company to move it. The Salisbury Daily Times reports. Trumpers rides received its first fine over the weekend for violating the town's right of way on the boardwalk, the company says moving the Ferris wheel and accompanying rides.

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on AP News

"And voting on the basis of race already, and so I think it's unnecessary. More than a dozen state legislatures controlled by the GOP have passed laws that impose restrictions on early voting, as well as absentee balloting and strict voter I d requirements since President Biden beat former President Donald Trump in last November's election, sluggish day on Wall Street, the Dow dropped 30. The NASDAQ was up seven and the S and P was up a fraction. I'm Tim Maguire. A report finds that America's billionaires are good at dodging the tax collector. An anonymous source delivered reams of Internal revenue service data to Propublica, a non profit investigative journalism organization. The report found the richest 25 Americans pay less in taxes than many ordinary workers do. An average of 15.8% of adjusted gross income tactics include the use of charitable donations and benefiting mainly from investment income tax around 20% instead of 37% for wage income. Among other findings, Amazon founder Jeff Bezoza paid no income tax in 2000 and seven and 2011 and Tesla founder Elon Musk paid zero income taxes in 2018 financier George Soros paid no taxes from 2016 to 2018, which a spokesman attributed to the billionaire losing money on his investments. IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig, testifying today before senators on the Finance Committee, said that when it comes to enforcement of tax collection, the agency is outgunned. As far as the propublica data. He said they're investigating the leak on Jennifer King. Thank you for America's beverage companies are working together.

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Richest Americans Like Bezos, Musk Avoided Income Tax

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01:00 min | 1 year ago

Richest Americans Like Bezos, Musk Avoided Income Tax

"A report finds that America's billionaires are good at dodging the tax collector an anonymous source delivered reams of Internal Revenue Service data to ProPublica a nonprofit investigative journalism organization the report found the richest twenty five Americans pay less in taxes than many ordinary workers do an average of fifteen point eight percent of adjusted gross income tactics include the use of charitable donations and benefiting mainly from investment income tax around twenty percent instead of thirty seven percent for wage income among other findings Amazon founder Jeff Basil's paid no income tax in two thousand seven and two thousand eleven and Tesla founder Elon musk paid zero income taxes in twenty eighteen financier George Soros paid no taxes for twenty sixteen to twenty eighteen which is spokesman attributed to the billionaire losing money on his investments IRS commissioner Charles Rettig testifying today before senators on the finance committee said that when it comes to enforcement of tax collection the agency is out gunned as far as the pro publica data he said they are investigating the leak I'm Jennifer king

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The results are in from yesterday's democratic presidential primaries and caucuses the former vice president racked up more delegates by winning Mississippi Missouri Michigan and Idaho now it's confirmed that senator Bernie Sanders took North Dakota after hours of that state being in the too close to call category Washington state's results still haven't been called for both candidates are in a virtual tie with not quite seventy percent of the results end up next Sunday night's first one on one debate with Biden Sanders which will have no live audience due to coronavirus fears that voters will go to the polls in four states next Tuesday including Florida with its two hundred nineteen delegates a pair of candidates on opposite sides of the political aisle are protesting the results of last week's bear county primary Cynthia Bram is in for a run off for the chair of the county Republican Party Michelle buddy and his fellow democratic former constable under several indictments lost her race for bear county sheriff both women appeared before the county commissioners Tuesday claiming discrepancies and corruption in the March third primary a software glitch delayed voting results for hours that night police are investigating a crash last night on the northeast side that sent two people to the hospital and left one person dead it happened in the fourteen thousand three in a block of Nacogdoches worth thirty say a pickup truck slammed into an SUV that was stopped at a red light the S. U. V. driver has not been identified but a passenger in the SUV who was killed has been identified as former converse police department assistant chief rex writer writer was taken to CMC with life threatening injuries where he died police say the driver of the pick up a woman in her twenties was detained and charged with intoxication manslaughter well there are reports that the treasury department may extend this year's tax filing deadline due to the corona virus tax returns are due April fifteenth but that may change depending on the extent of the corona virus outbreak in the U. S. the IRS may waive penalties or extend the deadline after Democrats on the house ways and means committee wrote commissioner Charles Rettig asking for an update on how disruptions caused by the virus could impact tax season the IRS already offers a six month extension for taxpayer here's the late payments are subject to interest charges and stocks are taking a nose dive is.

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"But and also apropos to the conversation we're having right now about the nature of trump supporters that Robert deniro just came out and you know get a little riff and actually was of a week or so ago it's it's been made into a meme which is now circulating on social media this is the president is supposed to set an example of trying to do the right thing not to be a nasty little be word instead that's what he is he's a petulant little punk there's not one other thing there's not one thing I see in him or his family not any redeeming qualities they're not on the take it's like a gangster family and it's something probably we should think about for example you know gangsters they they surround themselves with people who are loyal to them was in this this is from cousin I. T. over at democratic underground yeah well actually it's Caroline is saying writing at citizens for ethics dot org president trump's hand picked IRS commissioner Charles Rettig earns as much as one million dollars in rental income from the trump branded properties he co owns while facing demands from Congress to release trump's tax returns when trump nominated reading to lead the IRS in February of twenty eighteen reading initially failed to disclose that the how Hawaii real estate he owned was a trump branded property and this a course at the very least raises serious ethics questions I mention the two hundred thousand voters that the judge in and Wisconsin was to knock off the voting rolls here's another one Donald Trump says that he's I had he thinks that he's going to skip the skip the a and the voting exiting the debate is just three years ago they were forced to publicly apologize for modulating my microphone in the first debate against crooked Hillary as president and a maid syrup to me I'll make an addendum decision at appropriate time but in the meantime the commission on presidential debates is not authorized to speak speak for me or the Republicans me thinks Donald Trump is a phrase of a debate which is another interesting question do you think that trump then the debates would hurt chopper helping a man in a way it was debates that made him the Republican nominee and I think you can say although after every one of his three debates until Echlin is popularity went down hers went up the the difference was just small I mean it was one or two points the then none of.

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"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"commissioner charles rettig" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"In the news but and also apropos to the conversation we're having right now about the nature of trump supporters that Robert deniro just came out and you know get a little riff and actually was of a week or so ago it's it's been made into a meme which is now circulating on social media this is the president is supposed to set an example of trying to do the right thing not to be a nasty little be word instead that's what he is he's a petulant little punk there's not one other thing I was not one thing I see in him or his family not any redeeming qualities they're not on the take it's like a gangster family and is something probably we should think about for example you know gangsters they they surround themselves with people who are loyal to them was in this this is from cousin I. T. over at democratic underground yeah well actually it's Caroline is saying writing add citizens for ethics dot org president trump's hand picked IRS commissioner Charles Rettig earns as much as one million dollars in rental income from the trump branded properties he co owns while facing demands from Congress to release trump's tax returns when trump nominated reading to leave the IRS in February of twenty eighteen reading initially failed to disclose that the how Hawaii real estate he owned was a trump branded property and this of course at the very least raises serious ethics questions I've mentioned the two hundred thousand voters that the judge in and Wisconsin was to knock off the voting rolls here's another one Donald Trump says that he's I have he thinks that he's going to skip the skip the a and the voting every exiting the debate is just three years ago they were forced to publicly apologize for modulating my microphone in the first debate against crooked Hillary as president and obeyed Sir up to me I'll make an addendum decision at appropriate time but in the meantime the commission on presidential debates is not authorized to speak speak for me or the Republicans me thinks Donald Trump is a phrase of a debate which is another interesting question do you think that trump then the debates would hurt chopper helping a man in a way it was debates that made him the Republican nominee and I think you can say although after every one of his three debates until Echlin is popularity went down hers went up the the difference was just small I mean it was one or two points in none of them had.

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IRS commissioner still working on letter regarding Trump taxes

Morning Edition

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

IRS commissioner still working on letter regarding Trump taxes

"Do it. If I'm not under audit. I would do it. I had no problem while I'm under audit. I would not give my taxes this no more wacho ever. But iris Commissioner Charles Rettig has told lawmakers there's no rule that stops taxpayers who are under on it from releasing their returns. The IRS Commissioner also says he is working on a response to Democrats requests for Trump's tax

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